I have a pdf file that someone has put drm protection on to stop it being edited.
This person has left the company and can not be contacted. I have tried doing a pfdtohtml as we want the infomation in a html format, I have tried the --no-drm option but it is not working.
I have tried a pdf2ps and the whole document is turned into a ps file but the drm seems to travel with it so when I do a ps2pdf I still can not turn the whole document into a html.
Desides getting the document re-inputted ( we dont havethe source material to hand) is there any way to turn off this drm protection?
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